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United Palestinians key to peace

Sun May 15, 2011 6:23PM Interview with Professor Manuel Hassassian, Palestinian ambassador, London The long-awaited reconciliation deal between the Palestinian movements of Hamas and Fatah has finally been signed in the Egyptian capital city of Cairo. To talk more on this historic event and the developments affecting Palestine, Press TV interviewed Professor Manuel Hassassian, Palestinian […]

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Egyptians united against Israel – video

Sat May 14, 2011 5:38PM Interview with Sarah Akl, Political activist, Cairo Thousands of Egyptian activists poured into the streets of Cairo and other major cities to show their solidarity with the Palestinian people. The Cairo rally — named a million-man march — coincides with the anniversary of Israel’s occupation of Palestinian territories in 1948. […]

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Richard Falk calls for listing Palestine as LDC under UN framework

09 May 2011, Monday | EMİNE KART, İSTANBUL | Today’s Zaman Richard Falk, chair of the Academic Council of the 4th UN Conference on the Least Developed Countries (LDC-IV), said on Monday here in İstanbul that Palestine should be considered a Least Developed Country (LDC) under the UN framework. “Palestine, a country which has been […]

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PALESTINE UNITED! THE UNITY AGREEMENT – news – video – in pictures

SPECIAL TOPIC This topic will be continuously updated بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم واعتصموا بحبل الله جميعا ولا تفرقوا واذكروا نعمت الله عليكم إذ كنتم أعداء فألف بين قلوبكم فأصبحتم بنعمته إخوانا “And hold firmly to the rope of Allah all together and do not become divided. And remember the favor of Allah upon you – […]

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No point listening to UN on Palestinians, says Supreme Court Judge

Wednesday, April 13 2011| Noam Sheizaf | +972 Magazine – The Best Magzine in 972 Justice Elyakim Rubinstein The Supreme Court had a nice verdict today, deeming as illegal the Interior Ministry’s policy of deporting anyforeign worker who had a child three months after she gave birth. Retiring Justice Ayala Procaccia, sitting on her last […]

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Goldstone “Reconsiders” Report on Gaza War

04.04.11 – 12:31 Washington – PNN – The retired jurist who headed the UN investigation of war crimes during the 2008 Gaza war now says that he regrets the report’s treatment of Israel. In an editorial in the Washington Post, Richard Goldstone claimed that he is now aware of information that would have produced “a […]

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European campaign welcomes UNHRC decision to open Gaza crossings

26/03/2011 – 04:49 PM BRUSSELS, (PIC)– The European campaign to end the siege on Gaza has said a recently passed decision by the UN Human Rights Council to open Gaza’s crossings will ”lose importance” if left unenforced. ”Although it has come late, it came in the right direction, and it requires active pursuit of its […]

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European rights groups to hold Friday Palestinian POW talks at UN in Geneva

[ 09/03/2011 – 06:19 PM ]   GENEVA, (PIC)– The first International Conference for the Rights of Palestinian Prisoners and Detainees will be held this Friday and Saturday at the UN headquarters in Geneva. The conference dubbed ”Working for Justice” was organized by the Oslo-based European Network to Support the Rights of Palestinian Prisoners and […]

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UN International Meeting on Question of Palestine, in Outcome Text, Stresses Need to ‘Internationalize’ Issue of Palestinian Political Prisoners

Source: United Nations General Assembly Date: 08 Mar 2011 GA/PAL/1187 Exploring Link between Prisoners and Status of Political Process, Meeting Told Emphasis on Security Disadvantages Palestinians (Received from a UN Information Officer.) VIENNA, 8 March — The notion that delivering security would ultimately yield a Palestinian State actually excluded Palestinians from the political process, the […]

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Caesar Maddness: Gaddafi

Posted by attendingtheworld at PS.HADNEWS.COM  on Thursday, February 24, 2011 at 4:11 pm. Caesar Gaddafi   The similarities between the recent actions of the Libyan dictator with Nero in the Great Fire of Rome suggest that the Libyan dictator is suffering from Caesar madness. Nero Claudius Caesar, the fifth emperor of ancient Rome, burned down […]

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Probe Into Gaza Flotilla Incident Rebukes Israel | Scoop News

Tuesday, 28 September 2010, 1:57 pm Press Release: United Nations UN Rights Probe Into Gaza Flotilla Incident Rebukes Israel For ‘Unnecessary’ Violence New York, Sep 27 2010 4:10PM Israel demonstrated “totally unnecessary violence” during its interception of the Gaza-bound flotilla on 31 May, the head of the fact-finding mission appointed by the United Nations Human […]

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